You can also try the Wizard to find a bird, which uses a question and answer approach, but again it does not give you the flexibility of the Step by Step Search. Mask is black with white border, bill is heavy and slightly hooked. The breast and throat are dark-spotted; belly, under tail are white. The crown, face and neck are buff with fine brown streaks.Gadwall: This large dabbling duck has a finely barred gray body, black rump and under tail coverts, a white belly, and rust-brown shoulders. The wings have a black-bordered white speculum visible in flight. The wings have thin white stripes visible in flight. It has a white rump with a dark central stripe and black legs and feet. Swift direct flight with rapid wing beats; long wings allow them to make long flights. Black Tern: This small tern has a black head, bill and underparts.Judy Cada‘s insight into the health care industry gives us a unique perspective.We can help clients fully evaluate the extent of injuries caused by medical malpractice and then determine if there is a legal cause of action associated with it.It has a direct flight, hovering above water before diving for prey. White outer primaries with black trailing edges are visible in flight. It feeds mainly on insects, which it catches in mid-flight. Caspian Tern: This large stocky tern has pale gray upperparts and white underparts. The large bill is coral-red, the undersides of the primaries are gray, a short white tail is slightly forked, and the legs are black. It hovers above water before diving and mainly feeds on fish. Semipalmated Sandpiper: This small sandpiper has scaled gray-brown upperparts, white underparts and fine streaks on the breast and sides. It has black-spotted and streaked upperparts, slightly scaled underparts, a white eye ring, black bill and yellow legs. It has a swift direct flight with rapid wing beats. White line divides green speculum and pale blue shoulder patch on wing. Blue-winged Teal: This small dabbling duck has a purple-gray head and a distinct white crescent on the face. Common Merganser: Large, sleek diving duck with black upperparts and white underparts. Feeds on fish, mollusks, crustaceans, insects and plants. Ruff: This large sandpiper has variably-colored frilly tufts on the neck, ranging from black to rufous, to white to speckled and barred.It has a short, stout, straight black bill and black legs and feet. Semipalmated Plover: This small plover has gray-brown upperparts, white underparts, a black face, collar and forehead and a faint stripe sometimes seen over the eye. Female is brown-scaled overall with dull blue shoulder patch, dark eyes and pale edged upper mandible. The upperparts are scaled buff and dark brown; underparts are pale brown with many dark spots. Head and upper neck are green-black with head crest usually not visible. Stilt Sandpiper: This medium-sized sandpiper has gray-brown upperparts, white rump, heavily barred white underparts, dark cap, white eyebrows and brown ear patches. It has an orange-brown head, white belly, orange bill with dark drooped tip and orange-yellow legs.Since we take cases on a contingency basis, we limit ourselves to cases where we are confident about our chances of success.At Cada Law, one of our attorneys is a registered nurse.
Phone Chat Go is all about fun, sexy and entertaining.“But, my child doesn’t have a cell phone.” OR, “maybe my child has a cell phone, but it is CERTAINLY not a smart phone, it doesn’t have internet…” Did you know that i Pods with Wi-Fi capability can easily be turned into a texting device with the simple download of a number of apps? One of our many trainings in April was Richard Love’s workshop about child sexual exploitation via media and technology, and how to help keep kids safe.Richard Love is a retired detective and former consultant to the FBI Miami Crimes Against Children Unit. This two-part series will focus on our staff members that make a huge difference for our community, even without working day-to-day with children, families, and investigation teams.Richard Love, in a story for the Lincoln Journal Star said, “Many teens have more than one Facebook account — the one their parents know about, and the ones they don’t.” In an article for the Huntsville Times, Richard Love suggests “parents also need to know many kids are sexting.” To prevent this, he says to “take the cell phone up every night and request the detailed text records along with the bill.” Love also advises that parents get familiar with the lingo kids use. Lorie has added a layer of calm and optimism to the climate of the Child Advocacy Center.He suggested a site that spells out the acronyms kids use. She was added to our team to assist Lynn Ayers (Excecutive Director), Rebecca Christensen (Development Coordinator), and Cary Simpson (Program Coordinator).